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SnapshotsDec 21, 2020 | 19:32 GMT
A member of the hacking group Red Hacker uses a website that monitors global cyberattacks in Dongguan, China, on Aug. 4, 2020.
Trump Leaves Biden to Deal With Russia’s Latest Cyberattack
U.S. President Donald Trump’s reaction to the recent SolarWinds attack suggests that his administration will deflect any overt political response or significant retaliation to President-elect Joe Biden’s administration. Between Dec. 18-19, Trump posted a series of tweets in which he downplayed the threat posed by the SolarWinds hack, while contradicting top security officials and independent experts’ assertions of Russia’s involvement in the incident. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Acting Chairman Marco Rubio and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff -- along with scores of outside cybersecurity experts -- have all indicated that Russia was behind the attack and emphasized the expansive scope of the incident. 
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SITUATION REPORTOct 9, 2020 | 21:08 GMT
U.S.: Possible Xilinx Acquisition by AMD Points to More Consolidation in Semiconductor Industry
In another potential move that could continue to reshape the semiconductor industry -- and draw regulatory scrutiny in China -- Santa Clara-based Advanced Micro Devices is in talks to buy San Jose-based Xilinx in a deal that could reach $30 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported Oct. 9. Its sources said a deal could be finalized as early as next week.
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SnapshotsAug 27, 2019 | 19:07 GMT
U.S.: A Chipmaker's Patent Lawsuits Risk Upending the High-Tech Industry
Legal action taken by U.S.-based chipmaker GlobalFoundries has the potential to disrupt supply chains for manufacturers of a variety of consumer electronic devices, including heavy hitters such as Apple Inc. In multiple lawsuits filed Aug. 27 in the United States and Germany and in a complaint filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC), GlobalFoundries accuses rival Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) of infringing on its patents by using its protected methods and equipment to manufacture certain types of semiconductors. It is seeking an import ban of the chips made by TSMC outside the United States using those processes and of any devices containing those chips.
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AssessmentsNov 3, 2017 | 09:00 GMT
A fully autonomous Ford Fusion wends its way through a test course in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Driving Consumers Toward Automated Vehicles
The phrase "self-driving car" is a bit of a misnomer. Despite what the name suggests, automated vehicles do have a driver -- just not the kind we're used to. Developing a computer that is robust enough to operate an automated vehicle, small enough to fit in the car and efficient enough not to drain its power source is a difficult and costly endeavor. But California-based computing company NVIDIA seems to have solved the riddle with its latest-generation processing platform, Pegasus. Roughly the size of a license plate and 13 times more powerful than previous iterations, the newly unveiled system will meet the requirements to run a fully automated vehicle and will be available starting in mid-2018. Pegasus is just one of the rapid-fire developments in computing power, data processing and artificial intelligence that will bring the automated vehicle industry closer to its goal of releasing the technology onto select markets
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AssessmentsMar 18, 2016 | 09:15 GMT
South Korean professional Go player Lee Sedol (R) puts his first stone in a match against Google artificial intelligence program AlphaGo, which eventually won four of five games.
Artificial Intelligence Gets a Little Smarter
Artificial intelligence and advanced robotics have the potential to transform the world economy. Changes are being made already, especially in technology that acts like the human brain, learning to complete more varied and complex tasks based on past experience. The implications of this advancing technology in various facets of geopolitics are many, from logistics, labor and manufacturing to agriculture, service and transportation -- basically, life in general. And whoever leads these changes will have a distinct advantage.
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